Released just in time for summer season, Jamaican songstress, Jordanne Patrice has all eyes on her since the video for her song, Collide, a collaboration with both her and renowned dancehall artist, Beenie Man, dropped in May. The videos concept is relatable to most couples today, while it touches briefly on subjects of infidelity and distrust.
Produced by RazzAttack and Willy Chin, the R&B/Dancehall blend is up to par with mainstream songs releasing today by artists such as Rihanna and Drake. The sexy collaboration released late 2015, and made its way on iTunes Top 10 bestsellers charts and was also featured on their top ten “hot tracks” chart for a couple of weeks. It was also number 3 on Funk Master Flex’s “Franchise Record Pools” reggae genre chart. Jordanne continues pushing the single as she knows the song can gain more popularity based on the stats so far.
Despite the regular business woes, the artist stays positive and finds her way around the roadblocks. The songstress was recently featured on Ward 21’s 7-song E.P. Power Surge with single, Scream ft. Suku, DJ Nicco’s “Vacation” riddim (“Crazy Crush”), Razz Attack’s Mad Rush Riddim (“Fountain of Love”) and Sam Gotti who produced her remake of Red Rose’s 90s hit Intimate.
Jordanne continues her hard work, with several new tracks slated for release in the New Year.
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